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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
LIONS HAVE BIG TIME AT HOT SPRINGS Kansas Took Some Honors. ..Liberal , Man Acted- As Cheer Leader For . Kansas Organization ' . , . Joe Berwick and J. H. Salley, del egates from Liberal to the Inter national Convention of the Lions Club .. . T r a : 1 a -i i a i. I b aauv oprmgb, Arnaii&an iuhl ween, returned home Monday with nothing but praise for the big convention and for the teachings of Lionism. ' KansasDelegutions were recognized throughout the convention in various ways. Joe Berwich, the Liberal "Cub"! -1 i.i i i i . i was elected cneer leaner anu ne was ! very successful in getting Liberal and . GIFTS THAT LAST At Reasonable Prices Watches on Payments A good watch is one of a person's dearest possessions. We have a most dependable, and reasonably priced, line of Watches for Ladies and 'Gentlemen. Our personal guarantee goes with each watch. We sell them on weekly payments. Come in Let us tell you about it . You are always welcome here Stoner - Malone atWileys'- Jewelers Let's Go for a Ride . v , They say walking is good exercise but who wants ex ercise these hot days. Wouldn't you like to crank up your own car after working hours and cool off with a nice little spin? You perhaps need a car in your business but haven't . purchased because you are short of ready cash. - I will solve this problem for you with easy terms. Don't stop reading until you have finished this ad. Buick Coupe, 1920 Model Buick Touring, 1920 Model -Buick Touring, 191 9 . Model Buick Roadster, 1920 Model Chevrolet Touring, 1920 Model v Studcbaker Touring; runs better than it looks Two Ford Tourings; take your choice for $110.00 Let me demonstrate one of them for you. John W. Baughman Ask HERBERT DIR - the southwest and Kansas on the map. The Kansas base ballteam returned home with thje lnternationel baseball cup and John H. Boys,. retiringDis trict Governor for Kansas, was ele cted International diretctor. Every state in the Union, and Can ada wererepresented in the conven tion . Muskogee, Oklahoma had a large Jazz band there and Louisana Was represented by a 24 "piece boys band. Thai the Liberal delegates made securing a littlefrep advertising for i Liberal is shown in the clipping up j pouring in one of the Hot Springs dalies, which as follows: When Major Harry J. Jones told ; the International Lions Tuesday, that I Hot Springs was theirs they took him : at his word.' "Cubs" J. H. Salley . and Joe Ber j wickof Liberal, Kansas, demonstrat i edthat fact Tuesday afternoon I ' The pair visited Arbordale Springs ' and Fountain Lake. They were lone some. They saw a picnicparty of Hot Springs young people and such a spread as the picnic party had be Messers. Salley and Berwick changed ' to hungryness. Did they hesitate ? They did not. I One of them cocked his hat on one Bide, fell into a swagger and lurched ' toward the eats. j "We are a pair of hungry Lions and we don't eat raw meat." , They didnot go - away hungry. They became part of the party. Thew enjoyedreal hospitality. These j boys followed out this compainship and fellowship policy to the letter "t" and what it takes to make Kansas heard from during the convention, "they had nothing else of but" asOct avlus Roy Cohen's Florian Slappey would put it . ' The Liberal Association invite all its members and patrons to reception and recital at the Methodist church Julyfifth at 8:30 o'clock. A good musical program will ' be presented and the reception committee will welcome all who are interested in making our musical associationa big success for the coming year. 'Gimme'1 PAiftOFKEVSl OVERALLS' -WORK PANTP TheB oss, That's You Them's a factory in your town in which you have an interest. It is busy night and day. It provides the people of your community with something they need ; it is a force for BETTER, SAFER, HAPPIER LIVING r it is YOUR ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. The laws give you and your neighbors control over .that valuable property. It must follow the rides which you virtually lay down, its profits are what you allow. But this job of being boss brings responsibilities, too; it isn't enough to turn the control over to your public city committees and then forget it. Because people forget to look after their LIGHTING AND POWER COMPANIES, hundreds of applicants are to day unable to obtain electric service. You want to be a better boss than that. If your . electric light and. power factory is in trouble you ought to know about it and help it put. Maybe your electric light factory is barely mak ing a living. If this is true you'd better fix it; that is if you think electricity worth keeping. , You'd better look into this, and, instead of con ;. demning your'electric factory" and trying to keep it ; down, give it the support and good feeling which it is so tirelessly endeavoring to obtain by rendering good ; ; ' service at a profit which the average merchant would go broke on. Therefore, help your Electric Factory and help yourselves. - " ' ' '-.''''''.. . . THE LIBERAL LIGHT ICE &POWER CO. BIG 4 MACHINE SHOP ALLEN & SON J.I. Case Threshing Machine Co. Line Tractors, Separators, Steam Engines 6 The Samson Line Tractors, Trucks, Disc Harrows, Two and Three Bottom Wheat Land Listers B. F. Avery & Son Plow Co. Line Champion Headers and Binders, Trac tor Plows, Tractor Disc Harrows, List ers and Plows, and "Farmers' Favorite" Grain Drills Matag Ruth Feeders and Hart B. & B. Weighers In Stock Threshermen's Supplies, All Kinds of Drive Belts and Belting, Steam and Tank Hose, Tank Pumps, Shelf Hardware, Auto Casings and Tubes and Light Accessories Kansas Gas & Petroleum Go. That Farmers Oil Company Record Motor, Tractor and Steam Cyl inder Oils, Cup and Axle Grease A Car Load In Stock Best Lubrication, Less Carbon and Greater Satisfaction. Sold on a positive guarantee. Reduces friction and saves repair bills. Machinists .,. Cylinder Rcboring; Crank Shafts Made Round; Bronze Bushings; Pis ton Rings; all kinds of Machine work skillfully done. Repairmen Gas Engines; Tractors; Lag Pulleys. Blacksmith And all kinds of Wood Work; no job too small and none too large. Acetylene Welding; Expert Workmen. Write estimates on any class of Us for work Prompt Service Always Prices Reasonable Lone Star Items We are glad to see it rain again, a nice shower visited this part of the country last Saturday afternoon and evening, but we are in need of more rain. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellexson re turned home last Tuesday. They stopped at Halstead, instead of going to Kansas City. Mrs. Ellexson's health seems to be no better, and her many friends wish her a speedy re covery. A large number of Lone Star folks attended the sale at R. L. Hills last Friday. Mr. J. S. West and workmen are excavating for the basement, Mr. West has prepared to build. Harvest has begun in some places in the community and more wheat will be ripe enough to cut in a week or so. The township board met Monday to settle up and pay for the grading, dragging and care of the road. The Nabisco township has a Demo cratic ticket out now. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tepner and tittle folks and Mrs. H. Grubbs called at the Dietrick home Sunday. , Wear One Pair And You'll Buy a Box The way to judge Hosiery is on your feet that's why we say wear one pair and you'll buy a box of Armour -Plate Hosiery Simon Variety store Mrs. H. W. Bunting of Elkhart, was in thje city Monday enroute to Minneola for a short visit, While here she visited at the L. L. Bunting home . " : " ' ;. i Mrs. C. W. Lusk left Monday for Lindsay, Kansas, to visit with her parents. Her sister, Miss Nellie Cof f elt, accompanied her. Miss Coffelt attended the liberal school this term.